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Kofkee, Melvin J. AND CHRONICLE WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10, 1998 Welfare reform, jobs are on voters' minds 23 in Greece tell the media what issues they should focus on during the upcoming campaigns. Steensma, Jessie S. June 9, 1998. She was predeceased by her husband, Fred.
She is survived by 3 sons their wives, Charles F. Ethel, Fred C. Phyllis, James L. Judith; 8 grandchildren; 12 great grandchildren; 2 sisters-in-law, Mrs. Donald Goffer, Lee Schumacher.
She was a member of the Rochester Christian Reformed Church. Friends may call Thursday 7-9pm at Crawford Funeral Home, 495 N. Winton Rd. (between Browncroft Humboldt), where a funeral service will be held Friday at 10am. Private interment, Oakwood Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, friends may contribute to Rochester Christian School Foundation, 260 Embury Rd. 14625 Taggart, Alphonse Jr. (Irvin) June 6, 1998. Survived by parents, Alphonse Taggart Sr. and Lois Taggart; 5 brothers, Glen, Lamont, Jermaine, Sean and Harold; 3 sisters, Wyanda, Michelle, Sabri-na; paternal grandparents, John Taggart and Ernestine McClain; maternal grandparent, William Irvin; host of uncles, aunts, nephews, nieces, cousins, and a special friend, Sonya Hall.
Calling hours Wednesday 6-9 at the GREGORY SEARS FUNERAL HOME, 890 North Plymouth Ave. Funeral services Thursday 12 Noon at God's Cornerstone Church, 765 East Main Rev. Wilbert Harley Officiating. Interment Riverside Cem. Thorpe, Janette J.
Monday, June 8, 1998. Survived by her husband, Charles daughter, Hilda Pan-neitz of Ontario, NY; sons, Charles Greenwood of MA, Joseph Greenwood of CA; grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the Leo M. Bean Funeral Home, 2771 Chili Thurs. 2-4, 7-9.
Funeral Service Fri. 10AM at the Funeral Home. Interment Irondequoit Ceme-tery. Memorials to the Alzheimer's Turner, Joseph June 9, 1998. He is survived by 2 sons, Joseph Jr.
(Mildred), Bobby (Myrtle) Turner; 6 brothers; 3 sisters; 7 grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; a host of other relatives and friends. Funeral Service and interment Eufaula, Alabama. CO White and Son Funeral Home. Friends may call Thursday 2-4 and 7-9 PM at Hall Funeral Home, 712 West Main St. Death Notices Outside Monroe County Fichter, Thomas P.
Sr. 53, Cape Coral, FL.formerly of Rochester, died on June 8, 1998. Mr. Fichter is survived by his wife, Ginny; daughter, Tracy; son, Thomas Jr. (Debi); and stepgranddaughter, Lauren Owens Hickcox; 2 brothers, Louis (Jerrine) and Jerry (Patti), Rochester, NY.
Funeral on Friday, June 12, 1998. Kath-McFarland-Schmidt Funeral Home, Cape Coral; FL is in charge of arrangements. (941)574-3434. Formica, Giuseppe June 9, 1998. Survived by his wife, Nancy (Cottone); daughter Mary Ann (Sam) Sciab-barra; son, Joseph; grandchildren, Daniela Alexis Sciabbarra; brother, Frederico (Anna) Formica; nieces and nephews, Mary Ann Formica, Joseph (Helen) Formica, Connie (Dale) Hutton.
Calling Thurs. 2-4, 7-9 at Falvo Funeral Home, 1395 North Goodman St. Funeral 9:30 from funeral home, 10 at St. Cecilia Church. Entombment Holy Sepulchre.
Gallagher, Edna May June 8, 1998. Predeceased by her husband, Lester M. Gallagher. She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Jack Dobby Gal lagher; daughter, Eileen Busse of CA; 7 grandchildren. Services private at the convenience of the family.
Contributions may be made to United Way of Greater Rochester, 1 United Way, Rochester, NY 14604 in her memory. Arr: Anthony Funeral Chapel, Inc. Greenstein, Thelma (Gordon) On June 8, 1998 at age 64. She is survived by her husband, Solomon Greenstein and her brother, Ralph Gordon. THURSDAY at 1 1 a.m.
Thelma's Memorial Service will be held at Miller Funeral Homes 1625 Mt. Hope Ave. Interment White Haven Memorial Park, Harris, Raeshawn June 7, 1998 at age 3 mos. He is survived by his parents, Shandrea Harris and Desiree Townsend; a host of other relatives. Calling hours TODAY 10am-12pm (funeral service immediately following) at Metropolitan Funeral Chapels, 109 West Ave.
Interment, Riverside Cemetery Harvey, Kenneth E. Jr. ARCADIA FL: Age 66. Died Thursday, June 4, 1998 in St. Joseph's Hospital in Port Charlotte, FL.
Survived by wife, Beryl; 3 sons, Kenneth III of Rochester, Robert (Dar-la) of Kemp, TX, Scott (Johnna) of Kendall, NY; sister, Patricia Bolduc and brother, Burton (Nancy) Harvey of Rochester; 5 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren. Memorial Services will be held at a later time. 1 June 9, 1998. Survived by his wife, Mary; sons, Michael Kofkee and Melvin K. Kofkee stepchildren, Dwight Knupp, Cathy Knupp and Janet and David Ogle; sister, Theresa; nieces and nephews.
Calling Thursday 6-9 PM at Falvo Funeral Home, 1395 North Goodman where his funeral service will be held immediately after calling hours at 9 PM. Interment private. Krohn, Stella J. GATES: June 7, 1998. Predeceased by her husband, Sidney J.
Krohn. Survived by her son, Robert (Kay) Krohn of Bellona, NY; grandson, Sam (Sandy) Krohn; great-grandchildren, Jason Rachel; nieces nephews; cousin, Wanda (Clarence) Boehly; a special friend, Ray Eisenhauer. Stella was a member of the Rochester Theater Organ Society. Friends are invited to the THE WOOD FUNERAL HOME, 1 530 Buffalo Rd. Howard Thursday 2-4 7-9 and to her Funeral Mass Friday 9:30 at St.
Theodores Church. Interment Holy Ghost Cemetery. Expressions of sympathy may be directed to the Church Building Fund or Gates Vol. Amb. In her memory.
Liddell, Christina "Bunty" Sun. June 7, 1998, age 81. Predeceased by her husband Albert "Scotty" Liddell. She leaves 2 daughters, Janet (John) Halliday, Doreen (Jack) Mackay, Canada; 5 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; sister, Helen Robertson, Scotland; extended family in Scotland. Friends may call 2-4, 7-9 Wed.
at Willard H. Scott Funeral Home, 12 South Webster. Mass of Christian Burial 10AM Thurs. at St. Mary's of the Lake Church, 5823 Walworth Ontario.
Memorials may be directed to Pines of Peace, P.O. Box 238, 2378 Ridge Rd. Ontario, NY 14519. Marchand, Jane Marie (Schlegel) Tuesday, June 9, 1998. She is survived by her 6 loving children, Martin R.
(Deborah), Thomas (Lynne), Robert, Paul (Eileen), Susan (Robert) Voos and James; her ex-husband and close friend, Martin B. Marchand; 15 adorable grandchildren; brothers, Robert and Gordon Schlegel of FL; numerous nephews, nieces, grandnephews grandnieces. Friends may call at the funeral home of ALVAH HALLORAN SON, 2125 Chili Thursday 7-9 PM and Friday 2-4 and 7-9 PM. Funeral Mass Saturday at 11 AM in Our Lady of Good Counsel Church. Inter-ment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery.
McDonald, John A. ta- Monday June 6, 1998. Survived by his wife, Marguerite (Nach-. IrfSsSSs twey) McDonald; daughter, Patri-cia (Henry) Strys of Tomkins Cove, NY; 2 grandsons, Michael and Erik; brother, George (Jane) McDonald. John was a member of The V.F.W., The Aquinas Alumni Association and retiree from the U.S.
Army after 28 years. Friends are invited to his Funeral Mass Saturday June 13th at at Pius The Tenth Church, 3032 Chili Ave. Arrangements by Leo M. Bean Funeral Home Inc. 2771 Chili Ave.
Merry, Joyce A. Monday, June 8, 1998.. Predeceased by her husband, Edward L. and son, Thomas E. Survived by her daughters, Audrey L.
Jacobs, JoAnn Merry, Arlene Marchese; sister, Kathleen Mangold; grandchildren, Thomas P. (Caryn) Jacobs, Jennifer (Michael) Jacobs Alfieri, Joseph and Nicole Marchese; great-grandchildren, Nicholas, Michael Al-fiere, Thomas Jacobs. Friends may call Wednesday 2-4 and 7-9 at Vay-Schleich Meeson Funeral Home Inc. 1075 LONG POND RD. (N.
of Maiden Her Funeral Mass will be celebrated Thursday morning at 10:30 at Church of the Annunciation. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. In lieu of flowers friends wishing may make contributions to Irondequoit Vol-unteer Ambulance Service in her memory. Morrell, Edward E. "Ely" 6-8-98.
Age 83. Loving husband of Mildred; lather of Edward M. (Kathleen), and Paula (Douglas) Spallina; grandfather of Erik (Mary Kate), Jennfier and Kristie Morrell, Nicholas, Andrea and Jacqueline Spallina; greatgrandfather of Zachary Edward Morrell; brother-in-law of Margaret Foley; uncle of Sharon Bidwell; other nieces and nephews. Friends may call WEDNESDAY (TODAY) 5-9PM at the Dierna Funeral Home, 2309 Culver Rd. (near Norton St.) His Funeral Mass will be celebrated THRUSDAY at St.
Margaret Mary's Church. Interment, Private. In lieu of flowers the family requests only that you say a Prayer for the repose of his soul. Musolino, Dorothy (Giancursio) Sunday, June 7, 1998. Predeceased by her husband, Frank; She is survived by her son and daughter-in-law, Anthony and Judy Musolino; daughter and son-in-law.
Gemma and Thomas Ehmann; grandchildren, Marie Musolino, Frank, Joe and Tom Ehmann; brother-in-law, Mickey Hunt; several nieces, nephews, cousins and many dear friends. Mrs. Musolino was a retiree of the City of Rochstr Friends may call WED. ONLY 2-4, 7-9 at the DiPonzio Funeral Home 219 Spen-cerport Gates. Funeral Services Thurs.
morning at 8:45. Funeral Mass at 9:30 in St. Peter and Paul Church. Interment Holy Sep-ulchre Cemetery. Peters, Norman H.
PITTSFORD: Suddenly 6898. Survived by wife, Sally; son, Russell; mother, Alpha; sister, Mari Marlene Atwood; 2 nieces. Friends are welcome to call at the Richard H. Keenan Funeral Home 7501 Pittsford Palmyra Rd. NEW LOCATION Thurs.
5-9, where Services will be held Fri. at 1 PM. Inurnment at the convenience of the family. Those wishing may contribute to Univeristy of Cornell Small Animal Clinic, Ithaca, NY 14850. Pschirrer, Thomas Age 85 of St.
Petersburg, Fl, on June 8, 1998. Moved to Florida in 1972 from Rochester. Retired electrician with Eastman Kodak. Survived by his wife of 63 years, Jean-nette; 2 sisters, Rita Dietz of Rochester and Dorothy Musclow of Hilton, NY. Quinn, Doris H.
Suddenly, Sunday, Jjne 7, 1998. Predeceased by her husband, Wallace Quinn, Sr. Survived by sons, Wallce Jr. (Carolyn), James (Anne), Douglas (Christina) all of Rochester; daughter, Cynthia (Jerry) Stack-house of Somerville, NJ; sister, Dorothy Od-um; brother, Robert Harris; 17 grandchildren; 1 great grandchild; many nieces, nephews and beloved friends. Friends are invited to call Thursday 2-4 7-9 P.M.
at Metropolitan Funeral Chapels, 109 West Ave. Funeral Friday 11:00 a.m. at Antioch Missionary Baptist church, 144 Baden St. Rev. Joseph Carter, Officiat-inq.
Interment Mt. Hope Cemetery. Rice, Robert L. On June 8, 1998. Predeceased by wife Betty A.
He is survived by his daughter and son-in-law, Linda and Thomas Prusak of DE; son, David A. and Joan; 4 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Navy Veteran of WWII, retiree of M.I.C. Friends may call at ARNDT FUNERAL HOME, 1118 Long Pond Rd. (South of Maiden La) on Thursday 9:30 a.m.
to 1 1 :00 a.m. followed by brief Service at 11:00 a.m. Private Interment. Those wishing may make contributions to a charity of their choice in his memory. DEMOCRAT Briefs Specialized beetles fatal to invading loosestrife A year after 20,000 leaf-eating beetles were released in the Montezuma National Wildlife Refuge, the verdict is in: death to purple loosestrife, a weed that invades wetlands, choking off native species.
Cornell University botanist Bernd Blossey at the refuge in Seneca County yesterday demonstrated the power of two specialized beetles and their larvae, both of which have a killer appetite for the weed's vital leaf tissue. Since 1992, Blossey has coordinated a mass beetle production and release program. The beetles can reduce purple loosestrife by 90 percent in treated wetlands, he said. An alien stowaway in 19th century ship ballast, the weed has invaded swamplike areas in every continental U.S. state except Florida.
Orange seep not toxic, say area health officials The vivid, persistent orange "seep" at the Route 390 North exit ramp for Vintage Lane in Greece is a common bacterium not toxic chemicals, according to the Monroe County Department of Health. Water samples from the site were analyzed in a state laboratory near Albany for herbicides, chlorine-based pesticides, PCBs, heavy metals and volatile organic compounds that are toxic when inhaled. Elevated levels of iron and manganese were found, but are expected alongside the harmless iron bacterium Gallionellaferruginea. And very low levels of DDT-like pesticides were found, a likely result of one-time orchards in the area and not a public health threat. The seep, investigated in 1986, was a concern to health activists.
Group that helps men with cancer will meet A support group for men diagnosed with cancer is scheduled at 7 p.m. today at Highland Hospital, 1000 South Ave. Call 288-1950 or 461-6750 for details. UR institute examines media's effects on kids The effects of the media on Christian ideals and on children will be examined in an institute in July at the University of Rochester. Lecturers include Carleen Reck, vicar for the School Sisters of Notre Dame in St.
Louis, and Elizabeth Thoman, founder and head of the Center for Media Literacy. The institute, sponsored by UR's Warner Graduate School of Education and Human Development, will be held July 9 and 10. The deadline for registration is June 19. For information, call 275-7833. Foundation offers funds to help fire departments The Firefighters Charitable Foundation has grants available for New York-based volunteer fire departments to use toward the purchase of equipment, training or community-based outreach programs.
Ten $5,000 grants are available on a first-come, first-served basis. Volunteer fire department chiefs are asked to describe how the funds will be spent in a letter sent to: Firefighters Charitable Foundation, P.O. Box 2264, Boca Raton, FL 33427. Yard sale this weekend will help Metro Justice Time to part with a few treasures, or buy some. Metro Justice, a Rochester-based peace activist group, will hold its annual yard sale from 9 am to 5 pm Saturday and Sunday at 95 Crosman Terrace.
And through Friday, you are invited to donate "treasures" at the same address, from 7 to 9 p.m. Furniture, books, bicycles and other salable items are welcome but no used clothing. To help organize, price or sell things, call 325-2560. Israel FROM PAGE IB up the synagogue's ancient stones to see what lies beneath. "We hope we'll be able to find a building underneath," said Green, an expert in world religions.
"If we find evidence of a previous structure, that would really be significant. No first-century synagogues have been found, even though the Bible tells us Jesus visited them." The synagogue is well-pre 2B BY STAFF WRITER KEVIN BRYANT HICKS Robert Ingram has been following the the welfare reform issue closely on television and in the newspaper. Ana though the Gates Democrat applauds what he's seen, he believes coverage could be better. "In Monroe County, we know the (welfare) rolls are decreasing, but we don't know where the people are going," said Ingram, 47. Ingram was one of about 23 people who attended last night's Voice of the Voter meeting at Greece Town Hall.
Voice of the Voter, a collaboration that began in 1996 among the Democrat and Chronicle, WXXI Public Broadcasting and WOKR-TV (Channel 13), brings citizens' issues to the forefront in election coverage. With elections this fall for governor, attorney general, U.S. Senate and House and state legislators, participants were asked how and what they would like the media to focus attention on. Organizers intend to take the top five issues identified during these forums and conduct a statewide poll just before the primary to determine how all New Yorkers feel about those issues. The results of the poll will be published shortly before the primary election.
Voter apathy and frustration over political promises that aren't delivered were concerns of Lynda Siemer, 42-, a Greece resident. "It's like they (politicians) never Hospitals FROM PAGE IB of high-pressure, high-temperature washer. Strong expects to clean about 1.4 million pounds of waste a year by autoclave. Since 1995, Strong has reduced by 73 percent the amount of medical waste, said Marvin Stillman, the hospital's manager of environmental compliance. The survey found that most hospitals have programs to reduce their reliance on highly toxic mercury but 37 percent use thermometers and blood pressure measuring devices containing mercury.
Strong and the Monroe County Health Department are working together on a manual for mercury reduction, Stillman said. Strong, for example, has stopped buying blood pressure devices with mercury. Although the hospital bought about 8,000 mercury thermometers last year, Stillman said almost 40 percent have been replaced with electronic thermometers. The hospital is replacing mercury-based devices as technology and cost allow, Stillman said. The environmental groups favor the use of intravenous bags free of polyvinyl chloride, a major factor in dioxin emissions when waste is incinerated.
Strong is among the 4 percent of hospitals using the polyvinyl-free bags. But Strong is among the 78 percent of hospitals that do not have a hospitalwide program to reduce the use of polyvinyl products. Almost half the hospitals, including Strong, have programs promoting the use of products with minimal packaging. The survey also found that Strong had a better-than-average recycling program. But Strong does not have a program supporting reusable products rather than single-use or disposable items, the survey said.
"We found many hospitals talk 'greener' than they act," said Charlotte Brody, national coordinator for Health Care Without Harm The report cited the Albany Medical Center as having model chemical recycling and mercury-reduction programs. served: Its south-facing and highly detailed facade is still intact, Green said. "This will be delicate work, different than Yodefat," he said. "We're not talking about digging deep into the earth." While they may find gold coins or other items, says Dr. Ron Rabinowitz, "There is the lure of treasure, but not what people think of as gold," said Rabinowitz, a pediatric urologist and UR Medical Center professor who is associate director of the dig, "We're looking for the treasure of knowledge and history of western civilization." What's next The following Voice of the Voter meetings will be held from 7 to 8 p.m.
this week: Tonight at Canandaigua City Hall, 2 N. Main St. Tomorrow at Irondequoit Town Hall, 1280 Titus Ave. Sunday at Brighton Town Hall, 2300 Elmwood Ave. Also, you' can submit your election ideas on the Digital Edition's Election '98 Bulletin Board on the Web at www.DemocratandChronicle.com.
said those words. I understand that they are just one vote in a sea of many, but there are very few that follow through" on promises, said Siemer. Among the promises that some felt politicians have reneged on is what proportion of state lottery funds go to support education. "A certain amount goes to education when they see fit," said Frank Cantisano, 78, of Greece. Other key concerns were how legislators address health care and how they keep the state competitive when it comes to good-paying jobs.
Julie Ulrich, 24, said she'd like to see more coverage of how universities are helping to retrain people for the openings that companies are looking to, fill when considering whether to relocate to a community. "Part-time, full-time jobs. They've been throwing away brilliant economic soundbites forever, but I know a lot of people who are having a hard time finding work," said the Greece resident. A strutting turkey who pecks at truck halts mail delivery The associated press ALBANY The U.S. Postal Service has run afoul of a fowl.
A wild turkey lurking in an Albany neighborhood has taken a keen dislike to the mail truck. Residents have seen the bird pecking at the truck's tires and chasing it. Several times over the past week, the mailman refused to deliver the mail because, as soon as he pulled up, the male turkey trotted out and fanned his tail feathers wide enough to fill a front door. The bird is about 24 to 30 inches tall. "For the safety of the driver, he has been instructed not to get out of the truck when the turkey is there," Postal Service spokeswoman Mary Madonna told the Daily Gazette of Schenectady.
State wildlife biologist Karl Parker speculated that the bird, viewing the truck's eagle emblem as a male competitor, may be strutting his stuff to protect his hens. Neighbors said they like having the turkey around. They have suggested the mail carrier park the truck out of sight and walk. Death Notices Within Monroe County INDICATES THE FIRST APPEARANCE OF A PAID NOTICE IN THIS NEWSPAPER. Brookins, Henrietta June 7, 1998.
She is survived by 8 children; 30 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren; 1 sister; a host of nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. Service Friday 1:00 p.m. Aenon Baptist Church, 175 Genesee St. Rev. James L.
Cherry Sr. officiating. Friends may call Thursday 5-9 p.m. at Hall Funeral Home, 712 W. Main St.
Burgess, Rebecca Bahr 54, of Ionia died Monday, June 8, 1998. Predeceased by her father George Herbert Burgess, her husband Richard Bahr who was killed in Vietnam. Survived by her mother Vivian Burgess, her sister Donna Finger; her brother Thomas of Yorktown, VA; her special friend Christopher White of Naples. Service Thur. 61 1 at 5:30, First Unitarian Church, 220 Winton Rd.
In lieu of flowers, donations to Rebecca Burgess Scholarship Fund, FLCC, Canandaigua, NY 14424. Cushing, Randall W. June 7, 1998 in Miami Beach, FL. Predeceased by his parents, Iva and John Cushing; brother, Arthur Cushing and wife, Lillian Youngberg Cushing. Survived by his sister, Norma (Dan) Briggs; nephew, David C.
Briggs; nieces, Linda Lee Auer, Diane McEwen and Kathy Briggs; several great nieces and great nephews; also a very good friend, Gerald Zange. Interment at the convenience of the fami-ly. Ref: NULTON FUNERAL HOME Empey, Marion E. (Ashton) June 9, 1998. She was predeceased by her husband Albert.
Survived by her daughters and sons-in-law, Joanne and Donald Fiaretti of FL and Carol and Edward Van Horn; grandchildren, Karyn and Jeffrey Carpenter and Paul Van Horn. Marion was Past Matron of the Corinthian Chapter 322; an Alumna of the Park Ave. Hospital School of Nursing Class of 1929; and an active volunteer at Beechwood Nursing Home, Friendly Home and the Red Cross. Funeral Services will be announced at a later date. Friends wishing may contribute to a favorite charity.
Arrangements, Burns-Ryan Funeral Home. Hauk, Martha At the age of 89, Tuesday, June 9, 1998. Predeceased by her husband, Alexander Hauk. Survived by her immediate family, Reinhard (Carol) Hauk, Paula (Ronald) Reid, Alfred (Helga) Hauk, Emmi Voise, all of greater Rochester, Anneliese (Herbert) Krause of Tacoma, WA.and Erwin (Gerda) Hauk of Salmon Arm, B.C.; 1 5 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren; 2 sisters, and many nieces and nephews irj Germany. Family and friends are invited to call at the Leo M.
Bean Funeral Home, 2771 Chili Ave. Thursday 2-4, where a service will be held immediately following. Intermept Riga Cemetery. Hickey, Thomas F.G. June 7, 1998.
Born August 16, 1908. He is survived by his daughter, Constance (William) Wahl; Margaret Menihan; brothers, E. James Hickey, J.G. Hickey, II; 6 grandchildren; 4 great grandchildren. No prior calling.
Friends may attend a service Wednesday at St. Louis Church, Pittsford. In lieu of flowers, please honor Mr. Hickey's with contributions to Friends of Rochester, Psychiatric Center, 1111 Elmwood Rochester, NY 14620. Ref: Anthony Funeral Chapel, Inc.
Himes, Craig E. Entered into rest on June 3, 1998 in his 50th year. A-Computer Programmer for Monroe County. He is survived by his wife Tami (Hostrander) Himes; children, Kevin and Ga-brielle Himes both at home, Tracy (Bill) Ay-otte of Lyons, Todd Himes of Datona Beach, FL, Matthew (Gwen) Himes of Marion; 5 grandchildren; sister, Cathy (Herb) Van-Houte of North Rose; nieces and nephews; father-in-law and mother-in-law, Harold and Elsie Hostrander of Sodus Point. Calling hours will not be observed.
Friends and family are invited to attend a Memorial Service on Saturday, June 13th at 10:00 a.m. at the Monroe Community Hospital, 435 East Henrietta Rd. Rochester. Arr: Young Funeral Home, Williamson Johnson, Hilding E. "Whitey" Monday, June 8, 1998.
Predeceased by his first wife, Marion and step-son, Ronald K. Bartholomay. Survived by his wife, Martha; daughter, Sharon (William) Webster; 2 stepsons, Robert (Ann) Bartholomay, Richard (Marie) Bartholomay; 6 grandchildren, Tina (Michael) Nersinger, Shannon (Robert) Shaffer, William Webster II, Christian Tor, Whitney Brooke, and Richard M. Bartholomay II; brother, Harold (Janet) Johnson; several nieces and nephews. He was a lifetime member of the American Society of Metals and a retiree of Bausch Lomb.
Friends may call at the funeral home of ALVAH HALLORAN SON, 2125 Chili Thursday 7-9 PM and Friday 7-9 PM. Funeral Mass Saturday at 9 AM in St. Helen's Church. Interment Holy Sepulchre Cemetery. Contributions may be made to the Carmelite Monastery, 1931 Jefferson Pittsford, NY 14534 or Masses at St.
Helen's for the repose of his soul. Jordan, Charles Roy Sr. June 6, 1998 in Kissimmee Florida. Predeceased by his Wife Hazel, His Daughter Joan K. Halladay and Brother William Jordan.
Father of Charles R. Jofdan Jr. William David Richard L.Jordan, Linda L. Langston, Patricia A. Youst.
Brother of Lafayette Jordan. Several Grandchildren, Great Grandchildren, Nieces and Nephews. BARTOLOMEO FUNERAL HOME INC. 1425 Lexington ave, between 390 Mt. Read, visitation Wednesday 7-9.
Funeral Service Thursday 10 A. M. at the Funeral Home, Interment Mt. Hope Cemetery. King, Kathleen S.
FAIRPORT: June 8, 1998. Predeceased by husband, Gordon; parents, Ray and Florence Smyth; sister, Marlene S. Pray; niece, Sandra Dodd; nephew, Ron, Ricci. She is survived by 4 daughters, Dr. Linda Atwood, Lorraine King, Lucille (David) Gress and Laura Schinnell; son, Tom; 4 grandchildren, Stephen and Daniel Gress, Matthew and' Emily Schinnell; 2 sisters, Gerry, Ricci and Patricia (Larry) Dodd; 2 sisters-in-law, Jean Wemes and Josephine King; 1 aunt, Esther Plain; many nieces and nephews; best buddy, MacGregor.
She received her Certificate of Award for County Committeeperson of the yearMonroe County Democratic Committee. She was also Secretary for Perinton Democratic Committee and delegate to The State Democratic Convention. Friends are welcome to call at the Richard H. Keenan Funeral Home, 7501 Pittsford Palmyra NEW LOCATION, Thurs. 2-4, 7-9.
Services at the convenience of the family. Those wishing may contribute to the Perinton Ambulance Corp. Dell, Frederick C. ELMIRA, NY; Monday, June 8, 1998 at home very unexpectedly. Survived by wife of 67 years.
Mary Dell; son and daughter-in-law, Richard and Joan Dell of Pine City, NY; granddaughters, Shari and John Teschke of Chicago, IL, Linda and Beat Stocker of St. Joseph, Ml; 2 great granddaughters, Alyse and Cosette Teschke; brother, Ralph Dell of Rochester, NY; and nieces and nephews. Family and friends are invited to call at the Olthof Funeral Home, 1050 Penna Ave. Elmira, NY Wednesday, June 10, 1998 6-8PM and Thursday, June 11, 1998, 1-2PM with Funeral Services at the conclusion of the calling hours at Graveside Services will be held in the Pine Hills Cemetery, Rush, NY at Thursday. Fred was born in West Henrietta, NY the son of the late Augusta and Emma Remming Dell.
He was a graduate of the Rochester Institute of Teohnology. Came of Elmira, NY in 1933 to work on the Elmira Reformatory Project. He worked for the Serio Tool and Die. He was C.E.O. of Glider City Tool Co.
Inc. in South-port, NY at the time of this death. He was a very inventive gentleman who cared very much for his customers. Fred was a devoted husband and loving father. Adamson, Frank GROVELAND: June 8, 1998 at age 87 years.
He is survived by his wife, Mary. Titsworth Adamson; 2 daughters, Lynne Stewart of Rochester, Jane Adamson of Groveland; 2 granddaughter, Laura (David) Davis of Henrietta, Kimberly Stewart of Rochester; great-granddaughter, Noelle Davis; 2 sisters, Mary Spencer of Lakeville, Gretrude Meyer of Groveland; 2 brothers, Harry and Herman Adamson both of Groveland; many nieces and nephews. Friends may call Wednesday 2-4, 7-9PM at The Rector-Hicks Funeral Home, 111 Main St. in Geneseo. Funeral Services urday 1 PM at Groveland Federated Parish.
Burial Lakeview Cemetery, Groveland. In lieu of flowers memorials to Groveland Fed-erated Parish. Riorden, Ruth E. IONIA: Formerly of Fairport and Florida. June 8, 1998.
Survived by 2 daughters, Marilyn (Quitman) Loden, Elaine (Roy) Par-rish; 7 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Friends may call Wednesday 2-4, 7-9 at THE MERTON KAYS FUNERAL HOME, 59 Monroe St. Honeoye Falls, where Prayers will be offered Thurs. at followed by a Funeral Mass to be celebrated at 1 PM in St. Bridget's Church, Church St.
E. Bloom-field, NY. Interment, White Haven Park. Neels, Stanley ONTARIO: June 8, 1998, age 82. Predeceased by his wife, Lucille; brothers, Milton and Norman; son-in-law, Gary Ham-man.
He leaves his children, Arthur (Mary Ann), Webster, Betty Hamman, AZ, Janet Neels, Ontario, and Sally (Steve) Wilson, GA; 5 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren; 2 brothers, Elmer, Sodus, and Melvin (Dorothy), Macedon; 3 sisters, Mildred Clae-ysen, Marion, Martha (Case) DeFisher, Sodus, and Shirley (James) Sanders, Wolcott; nieces and nephews. Friends may call 7-9 Thurs. and 1 1-1 Fri. at Willard H. Scott Funeral Home, 12 South Webster, where services will be held at 1:00 PM Fri.
Interment, Furnaceville Cemetery. Memorials to Ontario Vol. Ambulance, 6132 Furnace Ontario 14519. Belva, Covill Baker PHELPS: Age 76. On June 8, 1998.
Survived by 3 sons, Tony Baker of San Carlos, Thomas (Rosemary) Baker, Stephen (Linda) Baker all of Phelps, Bonnie L. Dixon of Clifton Springs; Cynthia L. Deisering of Moore, Genevieve Berg of Clearwater, FL; 8 grandchildren; 6 great-grandchildren. Friends may call at Eacker Funeral Home, 47 Main St. Phelps NY Thursday 2-4, 7-9.
Funeral Services will be Friday 1 1AM at St. John's Episcopal Church in Clifton Springs. Burial will be in Resthaven Cemetery. Friends may contribute to Phelps Fire Dept. Ambulance Fund, or The American Lung Freundschuh, Evelyn M.
(Ford) WILLIAMSON: Friends and family are invited to attend a Graveside Service June 14, at 2PM at the Marion Cemetery. Ar-rangements by Young Funeral Home. Himes, Craig E. Williamson- Monroe County Listing In Memoriam Kerr, Morgan T. Today you would have been 59.
Your passing has put such a void in my life. I don't know how to accept that you're gone. I miss you so much. Happy Birthday. I love you.
Your sister, Celeste Moore, Joan Madalyn June 10, 1934-July 19, 1991 Happy1 Birthday, Wanny. You are in our thoughts and Prayers. Love Your Family. Willoughby, Lenretha We miss your words of wisdom. We miss your cooking, we miss your presence.
We miss the beautiful woman of virtue and honor. With love, your Daughters, Grandkids, Brother and Family. For convenient home delivery of the Democrat and Chronicle, call 232-5550. Our Townscovers your town every Wednesday in the Democrat and Chronicle..
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